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Case Number : Case 1781 - 27 March - Dr Limin Yu Posted By: Guest

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Clinical History: 44 year old male, scrotum.

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Admin_Dermpath

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A fine set of images from Dr Limin Yu to get your week off to a great start.

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amiratawdy

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i can percieve some foamy cells in the papillary dermis ,could it be verruciform xanthoma?

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Alice Roberts

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Beautiful case! The characteristic parakeratosis, foamy cells in underlying dermis... verruciform xanthoma

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Dr. Mona Abdel-Halim

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Yes verruciform xanthoma

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Robledo F. Rocha

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Agree, verruciform xanthoma.

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vincenzo polizzi

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What an amazing view of Central Park, where I was running the NY-Marathon in 2014...Thanks Geoff!

Agree with Verruciform Xanthoma.

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Yes, Verruciform Xanthoma. I saw one recently seen by a non-dermatopathologyst for opinion as an "odd condyloma". Typical history in a Lab.

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Limin Yu

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Well aren't you all on the ball... 

Diagnosis: Verruciform Xanthoma

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Admin_Dermpath

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7 hours ago, vincenzo polizzi said:

What an amazing view of Central Park, where I was running the NY-Marathon in 2014...Thanks Geoff!

Agree with Verruciform Xanthoma.

You should come on the course, lots of fun and I will be recording it all and streaming live to boot. Plus we will be using Raj's Path Presenter to integrate Virtual Pathology Slides into the Presentations.

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vincenzo polizzi

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"You should come on the course, lots of fun and I will be recording it all and streaming live to boot. Plus we will be using Raj's Path Presenter to integrate Virtual Pathology Slides into the Presentations."

I'd like come to NY derm course, but am afraid I can't go because of family commitments at that time. Maybe I will enroll at digital course. Thank you very much, Geoff!

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